Prince Harry reveals many sensitive secrets about the royal family.
Britain’s Prince Harry has revealed many very private and sensitive secrets of the royal family. Media today revealed information from his autobiography, Spare, which is set to be released next week.
The book revealed very personal details such as the loss of his mother, Princess Diana, the second marriage of his father, King Charles, and his conflicts with his brother, Prince William, as well as his drug use and love affairs. Also, it is said that he has included his experiences from his time as an army soldier in Afghanistan in the relevant book.
Citing information from Britain’s Prince Harry’s autobiography, foreign media reported today that after the death of Princess Diana, his father, King Charles, refused to marry for the second time. It is also mentioned in the grant that Prince William, like himself, asked his father not to marry Camilla Parker.
It has been mentioned in the related book that this was requested due to the fear that Queen Camilla would be a wicked stepmother.
The foreign media reported that the depth of her grief over losing her mother is clearly shown through the inclusion of many details about Princess Diana in the book. Prince Harry was 12 years old when Princess Diana died in 1997.
Foreign media reported that Prince Harry had said that his brother Prince William physically assaulted him. This is because of Prince William’s criticism of Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan.
Prince Harry has admitted that he used drugs at the age of 17. Harry has mentioned in his biographical book that he killed 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan during his work as a helicopter pilot in 2012 and 2013.
Despite numerous compliments about his wife, Meghan, nothing is said about his father, King Charles, or Prince William.It is also said that he has revealed the pain he felt during his time as a young member of the royal family, as well as the difficulties in the royal family’s work area, through that book. However, no comment on the book has been officially announced by Buckingham Palace or the royal family.
While Prince Harry’s autobiography (Spare) was to be officially published on January 10 in Britain and America, its information was revealed when a Spanish copy of the book was sold by mistake.